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Small Business Contest

As many of you know Keyla Silva-Byrd entered into SCORE's Small Business Contest in February.  Unfortunately we did not win the contest but we congratulate every small business that entered as well as the 2016 winners.  You are still welcome to see the video submission below.

In The News
Want to hear about the latest news in Angola?  See 3 top stories below written by our volunteer Shoshana Snow!

Governor defends joint efforts to improve education There have been many efforts to improve the education system in the Malange province in Angola. The governor fully supports this movement, stressing the importance of, open communication between faculty and students, and increasing strides towards excellence. "The future of young people depends crucially on the quality of education they receive. Students should be formed with accuracy and efficiency, as they are the future drivers of the country's destiny," he said.

China financing to Angola supports smaller projects China has given 6 billion dollars to Angola, 5.3 billion of which, will be used to finance 155 public projects across the country, including a dam in Cuanza Norte, new roads and industrial parks, as well as social facilities such as hospitals, medical centers, schools, universities, water and power networks, as well as irrigation. This is intended to boost the economy of Angola significantly. At least 20% of project workers must be Angolan, and the supplies will be taken from Angola as much as possible, to give business to local companies.

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Natural resources management against environmental crimes highlighted The minister of Environment, Fátima Jardim, is working to fight poaching in Luanda. She spoke at the opening of the 3rd meeting of the Interministerial Commission against Environmental Crimes related to Fauna and Flora. Angola is a member of the International Convention on Endangered Species so it is very important that they do their part in fighting poaching, etc. Jardim explained that there needs to be a better framework, and more effective supervision to help solve this issue.
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